Strata and Community Titles

Lynch Meyer Lawyers are a leading provider of legal services relating to strata and community titles matters.

Our team are highly experienced in and understand the complexities of strata and community title legislation and regulations in South Australia. Our firm is also a member of the Strata Community Association.

We have experience acting for owners, owner corporations, strata and community title managers, body corporate managers, builders and developers regarding strata and community title advice and disputes

We understand the unique and diverse nature of strata disputes and advice, and achieve commercially-sound results through a strategic and individualised approach to each and every matter. We recognise that no two corporations are the same, and we tailor our services to the specific needs of each corporation and their unitholders.

Our firm's strong expertise in property, construction, conveyancing, litigation and debt recovery complements our strata and community titles practice.

Our expertise includes:

Outstanding levies, fees and fines

  • Recovery of outstanding quarterly levies, charges and legal / collection costs;
  • Court rules compliant pre-action correspondence;
  • Negotiation of enforceable payment plans with unit holders (subject to approval by the corporation);
  • Court action, including enforcement action.


  • Strata and community title owners’ rights and responsibilities, including deceased estates;
  • Ongoing obligations, including the interpretation, enforcement, consolidation, amendment and registration of by-laws and articles;
  • Amending to strata and community title plans;
  • Identifying suitable structures for corporations and their unit holders;
  • Building management and letting agreements;
  • Leases and licences.


  • Breaches related to use of common property, by-laws, articles and rules;
  • Disputes regarding the operation and / or enforceability of articles and rules;
  • Deceased estate disputes;
  • Owner disputes and applications for dispute resolution in the Magistrates' Court;
  • Resolution of building defect disputes including defect period issues;
  • Dispute resolution, including mediation, commercial arbitration, and expert determination;
  • Contractor disputes;
  • Defamation.


  • Conveyancing for purchasers and vendors of strata and community titled properties.